# Forces on a rotating black hole

Could a rotating black hole experience Magnus type forces in the vicinity of a super-massive black-hole (non-rotating)? If it were falling towards the super-massive black-hole would it begin to revolve as well?

I must admit this question is simply out of curiosity. I was studying simple potential flows over a rotating cylinder and wanted to know if the same intuition held any significance in the context of rotating black holes.

I would lean to yes, with the following reasoning: I look at it that way: The massive (non-rotating) black hole is free falling towards the rotating black hole. Bodys falling towards a rotating black hole expirence the Lense-Thirring-/Frame-Dragging-Effect so their geodesics get curved $d\phi/dt\ne 0$. This should be in principle independent of the mass of the free falling object, according to the equivalence principle.